Hey! My band has a great live sound that we're really proud of, but I have always felt our guitar player (I mostly play keys and some guitar in this band) doesn't do enough live as far as filling out the sound. He's got a very unique sound, and it cuts through fairly well, but I feel like he could be more a part of the bulk of the sound instead of the center of the sound, to speak in recording terms. I was thinking about letting him use my 2x12 on the other side of the stage so he has an amp on both sides. Good idea? Bad idea? He runs a Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 Reissue with a healthy amount of pedals.
Thoughts? Concerns? Other options?
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Is your issue with how you sound onstage, or how you sound in the front-of-house mix?
If it's the former, perhaps you need better monitoring. If it's the latter, you need a better sound guy. Running in stereo on stage is nice for the player's own gratification, but it introduces a whole bunch of problems for the live sound technician.